Greece's biggest gas company DEPA said on Wednesday it had agreed to sell its holding in a local gas supplier to Italy's Eni for 57 million euros.
Under the agreement, state-controlled DEPA will sell its 51 percent stake in Thessaloniki-Thessaly Gas.
Eni already holds a 49 percent stake in that company.
Owners of the newly-privatized port of Thessaloniki, in Greece's second-largest city, say they will need to spend an additional 27 million euros ($33.4 million) on unforeseen equipment repairs and upgrades, arguing that facilities were in far worse condition than described by the previous, state-appointed management.
The body of a woman found off the coast of Palioura Epanomi, near Thessaloniki, on Tuesday is believed to be that of Ioanna Bilisi-Chrousala, the former president of Thessaloniki's association of notaries.
According to investigators, there was no sign of foul play in the death of the 71-year-old and a note was found on the beach, pointing towards a suicide.
The office of a university professor at Panteion University in Athens was vandalized by members of an anti-establishment group on Wednesday afternoon, the latest in a series of attacks described by the perpetrators as "an expression of solidarity" with Constantinos Giagtzoglou, a 29-year-old terrorist suspect who was recently transferred from the capital's Korydallos Prison to a penitentiary in